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relations gaffes. a senior u.s. official tells the associated press, hayward's removal is a done deal, making him the first top bp official to lose his job since the spill. but he's not leaving empty handed. salary payments and a huge pension make for a golden pair shoot. matt gutman is in the gulf tonight. matt? >> reporter: bill, tony hayward was the public face of bp's second disaster. it's public relations failure. and while he took great pains to apologize for the oil spill, it's the other things he say that may have been his undoing. he may after all get his life back. it's widely expected the embattled ceo will be forced out by the company's board when it meets tomorrow. his replacement? bob dudley, the mississippian who smoothed tensions. at first, hayward emerged as earnest, but prone to gachs. >> i think the environmental impact of this disaster has been very, very modest. >> reporter: but there was one that seems to seal his fate. >> no one wants this thing over more than i do. audio i'd like my life back. >> you need to be charged with a crime! >> reporter: after testifyin
. osenior u.s. official tells the associated press, hayward's removal is a done deal, making him the first top bp official to lose his job since the spill. but he's not leaving empty handed. pension make fs and a huge t.nsion make for a golden is inute. matt gutman is in the gulf tonight. tonigh matt? ma >> reporter: bill, tony hayward bp's he public face of bp's publicdisaster, its public elations failure. whilehile he took great pains to apologize for the oil spill, it's the other it's the other things he said that may have been his undoing. get infamously, that he wanted his life back. ely e-- he may get it. it's widely expected the embattled ceo will be forced out by the by the company's board when it meets tomorrow. rrow.eplacement? bob dudley, the mississippian ho soothed tensions where thed tensions. to stoke them. at first, hayward, an engineer gachs.ining, emerged as earnest, but prone to gaffes. >> i think the environmental impact of this disaster has been asry, very modest. ry reporter: but there was one o sealeems to seal his fate. >> no one wants this thing over more than i do
's unclear when he might be extradited to the u.s. eric horng, abc news. >> learned how to fly by watching video games. incredible. >>> a thrilling finish tonight at the world cup. 700 million people around the planet tuned in to see spain squeeze past the netherlands. the u.s. team, as you probably know, was eliminated two weeks ago, but plenty of americans caught soccer fever and watched right up to the very end. soccer fans could not have hoped for a better or more anxiety-provoking ending. spain and the netherlands, two countries that had never won a world cup, battling it out in the final. and it was tense, scoreless during regulation time. agony for the huge crowds gathered in both madrid and amsterdam, watching through the incessant hum of the vuvuzelas. the south african horn the whole world has come to know. with minutes left in overtime, spain scores. >> spain, surely now, has won the world cup. >> reporter: touching off a wild celebration, and pandemonium in the streets back home. >> spain are world champions. >> reporter: there were viewing parties in this country, as well. the
be more. but there will be a transition. >> and biden said it's too early to judge whether the u.s. surge in afghanistan will succeed, but he says there is progress being made there. >>> and biden made other news, making a bold prediction about the upcoming elections. here's david kerley. >> reporter: with his maine getaway over, president obama returns to dissent within his own party, with members fearful of losing power. but while admitting there will be losses in november, joe biden boldly predicted on "this week" it won't be that bad. >> i think we're going to shock the heck out of everybody. we're going to win the house. and we're going to win the senate. we're going to lose either one. >> reporter: that, after the president's own press secretary admitted that enough seats are in play that democrats could lose control of the house. a simple statement of fact. but republican smell blood, calling it gibbs-gate and proclaiming today they will win enough seats. >> i think we're going to be absolutely over 40. >> i know they're popping the champagne bottles already over there, but the fac
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